Information about the Academic Programs and the College
Goddard College is a private, independent, not-for-profit institution. The College makes available information about itself including:
- Accreditation and Approvals
- Academic Programs
- Current Faculty and Staff
- Graduation Rates and Retention Rates (upon request from the Registrar; email@example.com)
- Fair summary of its Audited Financial Statement (upon request from the Business Office)
Sources of information include:
- Academic Publications: Available upon request from the Academic Affairs Office.
- Admissions Material: www.goddard.edu/admissions, Goddard College Viewbook (overview) and program specific information sheets.
- Residency Publications: Each program produces a residency schedule, designed to provide specific information about all workshops and events that are happening at the residency. Available upon request from the Student Life Office.
- GoddardNet: GNet is the College’s intranet and primary communication platform for current students, faculty, and staff, providing users with email, calendar and document management capabilities; access to a broad range of institutional resources, information, discussion groups; academic support resources; and program-specific sites and resources.
- Website, www.goddard.edu, Most updated source for academic programs, events, initiatives, special workshops, and other information.
- The Undergraduate and Graduate Student Handbooks provide academic, enrollment, and community life information applicable across programs.
- The Undergraduate Programs Curriculum Guide provides additional information about the undergraduate curriculum.
- Program Handbook Addenda detail program-specific policies and procedures, such as degree and concentration requirements.
- The Assessment of Prior Learning Handbook detail the undergraduate APL process.